So far everything with OS X is pretty intuitive. It's taken me a while to learn some of the shortcut keys. Anyway, I have noticed some things that I can not do (or just don't know how to do) that I am accustomed to doing with Windows. Here are a couple: one button to get to the desktop-minimizing all windows I like this feature with Windows so that I can get right to another application via it's icon on the desktop, vs going through finder, or minimizing all my open windows. Anyway to do it? I'm not quite grasping the 3 window control buttons at the top left of a window I'm used to having a button that closes the window, one that minimizes it to the tray, and the other that maximizes it to the limits of the screen. I see the red and yellow ones with OS X do as I would expect, but the green one confuses me; it doesn't really maximize the window as I'd expect, causing me to drag the corners out. having multiple windows of the same application open. I do this a lot at work, usually to make it easy to cut and paste, or to check one item against another. I'm using NeoOffice and would like to have 2 sheets open at once. Can't seem to make it happen. delete key I'm used to hitting the delete key and the text to the right on the cursor is deleted. With OS X the delete key is now what I have always used the BackSpace key for- to backspace. No biggy, really. But is there a way to delete as I'm used to? Other than those issues, I absolutely love my new MacBook. I still can't believe how everything just works, always. I'm so used to some peripheral or program just not working for some reason (like optical drives that disappear, or USB that stops seeing devices, etc...). Thanks in advance.